Jul 20, 2019 article by Nick Salazar, images by Jesper Svensson

Jesper's complete Ventum One rig with lots of TriRig kit to make it as fast as possible.
Jesper's complete Ventum One rig with lots of TriRig kit to make it as fast as possible.

Jesper Svensson is one of the brightest rising stars in long-course triathlon. The 28-year-old Swedish phenom has won two full-distance Ironman races. Earlier this month, Jesper reached out to TriRig to ask for some support making his rig as fast as possible. After we outfitted him with Alpha One aerobars, Beta rear carrier with Kappa cages, and our ultra-slippery Styx skewers, Jesper stormed to second place at the renowned Challenge Roth amidst a field of world-class athletes.

Check out the gallery below for all the nice details of his Ventum One rig, and head to the TriRig Store to get all his gear for yourself! All images courtesy Jesper Svensson himself!



Tags » aerobars,  jespersvensson,  rigs,  tririg,  ventum
  • Jesper's complete Ventum One rig with lots of TriRig kit to make it as fast as possible.
  • Jesper's complete Ventum One rig with lots of TriRig kit to make it as fast as possible.
  • Jesper's complete Ventum One rig with lots of TriRig kit to make it as fast as possible.
  • Jesper's complete Ventum One rig with lots of TriRig kit to make it as fast as possible.
  • Front end with Alpha One and Kappa BTA cage.
  • Rear cluster with Beta rear carrier and a single Kappa cage.
  • Styx skewers front and rear, for the final aero coup.

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